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Will do nothing to advance or detract from the reputation of the acclaimed Iranian filmmaker.
A gorgeous and surprisingly profound meditation on a place and its people.
Kiarostami has crafted a deceptively casual ode to children and managed to convey a tiny sense of hope.
The you-are-there style ultimately enhances ABC Africa's ability to get inside the soul of Uganda, and of the viewer.
A movie of seemingly limpid transparency and tremendous, understated compassion.
The people in ABC Africa are treated as docile, mostly wordless ethnographic extras.
Despite the locale, ABC Africa is both new and familiar for those who know Kiarostami, and it's a great introduction for those who don't.
Unexpectedly humane and lovely and not at all preachy.
There is a sense here of an encroaching darkness humbly met, unburdened by one-note feelings such as fear or joy and simply experienced as a profound moment of enlightenment.
An upbeat personal film telling in an amiable touristy way the story of the Ugandan orphans.
Very much a home video, and so devoid of artifice and purpose that it appears not to have been edited at all.
Kiarostami profoundly displays Uganda's life and culture through his touristy pictures, as deceptively simple as the alphabet
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